A newly renovated apartment block in Winnipeg’s North Point Douglas neighbourhood has been transformed from a derelict block into a place that about two dozen Indigenous youth will now be able to call home.
The Noble Court building, located at 126 Alfred Ave., was seriously damaged by fire in 2016, and had been abandoned for several years.
It’s now been bought by Shawenim Abinoojii, an organization that provides culturally appropriate supports to youth and their families from eight southeastern Manitoba First Nations.
The block will provide affordable housing for youth who are either in the care of Child and Family Services or leaving care as
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